The movie starts with Turkey's contribution, HousEmotion, designed by Tabanlioglu Architects. Called HousEmotion, it is a cubic structure constructed from white rods, with a house-shaped opening at its centre.
Australia's space, created by lighting designer Flynn Talbot, is made up of 150 strands of coloured fibre-optic lights, which create a rainbow. Called Full Sprectrum, it celebrates Australia's decision to legalise same-sex marriage at the end of 2017.
Latvia's installation, Matter to Matter, is a wall of condensation that invites visitors to write messages. Designer Arthur Analts created it to highlight the relationship between people and nature.
The final space in the movie shows Shpeel, a 360-degree virtual video game designed by Biome Collective to represent the Scottish city of Dundee. The installation allows players to express their emotions by pressing buttons, as a possible way of helping people deal with mental health issues.